Yesterday I met with a new therapist; she's part of a treatment program I'm trying. After talking to her for about 5 minutes she wrote me a prescription for a years worth of prozac. MY problem is that I've never been a proponent of prescription meds unless they are meant to treat a physical ailment. For some reason I feel like meds are just going to give me a false sense of happiness and I really don't want to have to rely on a "happy" pill to keep my spirits up the rest of my life. Maybe I'm just being silly but I would really like to know others' opinions on meds. Is it possible to recover without them?
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